Jackson threw only fastballs in his previous spring outing without telling the manager or pitching coach that he planned to do so. James McDonald will start the team's game against the Mariners Wednesday.
O'Flaherty's session was his first time pitching the full distance to the catcher from the mound. He was placed ont he 60-day disabled list after being claimed off waivers by Oakland in February.
Cook is trying to be ready for opening day after dealing with shoulder inflammation this spring. He has yet to make an appearance this spring.
Long is 13 for 24 this spring and 12 for 17 over his last five games as he attempts to win a backup spot in the outfield. "I just wanted to come in and play like I had a chance of winning a spot; whether I do or I don't, that's not up to me," Long told MLB.com before Tuesday's game. "You have to control what you can control, and I'm trying to do that right now."
"I'm thinking about the long term, not rushing and getting set back," Chacin said Tuesday.
Chacin has yet to pitch this spring while dealing with a right shoulder strain and inflammation. He threw at 90 feet Monday and will throw at 120 feet Wednesday.
Stephenson made three appearances with the Reds this spring, allowing four runs (three earned) on seven hits and one walk while striking out one in four innings.
Rodriguez was 3 for 16 with one walk in 10 games this spring. He hit .274/.319/.335 with four home runs and 41 RBI in 478 at-bats with Triple-A Louisville last season.
Chirinos has outperformed projected No. 2 catcher J.P. Arencibia by hitting .467 this spring, including going 6 for 6 in his last two games. His offensive outburst "hasn't gone unnoticed by club brass," the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.